Hans brushed his coat, wiped his face and hands, rested a while, and then drove off his cow quietly, and thought his bargain a very lucky one.
I know nothing of where the pig was either bred or born; but he may have been the squire's for aught I can tell: you know this country better than I do, take my pig and give me the goose.' 'I ought to have something into the bargain,' said the countryman; 'give a fat goose for a pig, indeed!
Sommers after that did not move in the direction of the bargain
Take away from the transaction the character of a bargain, and even $40,000 will do."
It shall never be said Thomas Thurston was so lost to himself as to bargain for a wife."
"I wish Rose would drive a bargain
with Will and Geordie also, for I think these books are as bad for the small boys as cigars for the large ones," said Mrs.
But the inclination for a run, encouraged by confidence in his luck, and by a draught of brandy from his pocket-pistol at the conclusion of the bargain
, was not easy to overcome, especially with a horse under him that would take the fences to the admiration of the field.
Every inch of the existence of mankind, from birth to death, was to be a bargain
across a counter.
We lead a merry life, and no one leads a merry life for a farthing, so I will close the bargain with thee.
Thus the bargain was closed, but many of the butchers talked among themselves of the Sheriff, saying that it was but a scurvy trick to beguile a poor spendthrift youth in this way.
No great bargain, mayhap; but still the best that one, of whose hand the skill of the rifle has taken leave, and who has become no better than a miserable trapper, can offer before we part."
"Harkee, old trapper," said Paul, clearing his throat with a desperate effort, as if determined to give his voice a clear exit; "I have just one bargain to make, since you talk of trading, which is neither more or less than this.